We are going to Berlin … and San Francisco!

We’re going to Berlin … again! After last year’s overwhelming feedback and many Icinga or soon-to-become Icinga users we decided to make it happen again. Tickets are still available, so hurry up and meet us at Icinga Camp Berlin on the 7th of March 2017 in Berlin at the Kalkscheune!
The event location is top notch, I promise. Not only for the audience with a huge space for talks but also speakers will certainly enjoy the atmosphere. And I bet there won’t be much time to breath but coffee breaks will be used to talk, exchange, discuss and what not. In the end you’ve also got the chance to meet many of the Icinga developers and ask your questions. Or just say hi and have a beer or a G&T with us 😉

First talks are online now

gate_bridgeYou can still submit your Icinga Camp idea over here, but the first talks are online right now. We are happy that we have a group of team members over there in San Francisco and will focus on Icinga 2 and Icinga Web 2.

  • Gunnar and Michael will talk about Icinga 2
  • Eric will give an introduction into Icinga Web 2
  • Thomas dives into Icinga Web 2 modules

If you anything to contribute on Icinga, Configuration Management or just your story with monitoring, please let us know.
And don’t forget to register now!

Icinga Camp San Francisco 2014

IcingaThe next big step for the Icinga project is on the way. After the release of Icinga 2 and our new website launch we are very proud to announce the first international Icinga Camp in San Francisco this year.
Icinga Camps are one-day, regional events that feature talks by the Icinga team and community, as well as giving  users time connect with other users.
github3Here are all necessary informations:

  • 25th of September 2014 – 9am start


  • We’re still accepting ideas for talks. If you would like to share your experiences with and ideas for Icinga, tell us about it. Give a talk

And now

  • The only thing you have to do now is fill out the registration form. Yes, it is that easy. Register now…

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88 Colin P Kelly Jr St (at Brannan St)
San Francisco
CA 94107 – United States
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octocatA big thank you to GitHub, especially Kelsey Schimmelman and James Fryman, for helping us organise one of the greatest locations you have ever seen.
You can’t believe it? You should!
So don’t waste no time, register now and meet us in The City!